It’s exam fever. I’d like to wish juniors good luck for the exam, and most definitely the result.
Yesterday, I bought an All-In-One printer (AiO). It’s been ages since I sought for one. The last one was BCJ-2000SP, a very famous Canon model. It’s still working but I never liked the way it’s oddly shaped, prone to collect dust.
So anyway, I started clearing out my desk to make room for the new found love. I scanned my old notes in the process.
Control System, year 2 Engineering, only 4 pieces of paper. I couldn’t find my ‘toyol’ a.k.a. cheat sheet. It’s only 1 page summing everything above.
- Did your gf write them for you? No.
- It’s so small, can you read it? Yes.
- Did anyone make a copy? I think so.
- Did you score the subject? No. I overslept and missed the exam
- Why do you choose to compress the notes? Less is more, more is less, more or less.
- The main reason to short hand your note. To save trees and be a cheapskate.
- Exam’s over, why don’t you throw it away? I spent hours writing this, do you think I’ll let it go to waste?
- Then go recycle! No. The memories intact is priceless.
- How old is the notes? 6 years.
I’m glad I’m through with engineering, I didn’t like it in the first place.
ps: Not going to blog about my niece. It’ll only invite the get-married-lah-eddie! in me.